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John Bunyan

Grace Abounding to the Chief of Sinners - Part 5

John Bunyan[A BRIEF ACCOUNT OF THE AUTHOR'S IMPRISONMENT] 318. Having made profession of the glorious gospel of Christ a long time, and preached the same about five years, I was apprehended at a meeting of good people in the country, among whom, had they let me alone, I should have preached that day, but they ... Read More
John Gifford Bellett

The Bride of the Lamb

The Lamb's bride is distinctly the heavenly Jerusalem, the heavenly companion of her Lord, quite distinct from Messiah's kingdom. Jerusalem is the earthly counterpart of the Lamb's bride. In our thoughts about these things, I feel that we do not keep the earthly Zion distinctly in her right place. I... Read More
Athanasian Grail Psalter

Book II

Psalm 42(41) Quemadmodum .2 Like the deer that yearns for running streams, so my soul is yearning for you, my God. .3 My soul is thirsting for God, the God of my life; when can I enter and see the face of God? .4 My tears have become my bread, by night, by day, as I hear it said all the day long: "W... Read More
Principles For The Gathering Of Believers

76 - Chronological Bible Reading of Scriptures

Principles For The Gathering Of BelieversThere is a great need in the body of Christ for consistent reading of the Holy Scriptures in their entirety, book by book, chapter by chapter, verse by verse. In this case we are encouraging a chronological reading of the Scriptures. Most of the confusion is created when certain teachers, groups, or... Read More
Greek Word Studies

Drive out (1559) ekdioko

Drove out (1559)(ekdioko from ek = out + dioko = to pursue, persecute) means to chase out or drive out from a place. To banish. To persecute harshly. It means to persecute severely or harass. It means to use tactics that cause the departure of someone from a place. Paul declares that the Jews pursue... Read More
Greek Word Studies

Persecutions (1375) diogmos

Persecutions (1375) (diogmos from dioko [word study] = to chase, to pursue) literally refers to a chase or pursuit and figuratively means to put to flight or to pursue with repeated acts of enmity. See Related Resources on Persecution: Persecution Predicted by Jesus in the Sermon on the Mount Persec... Read More
F. W. Grant

The Numerical Structure of the Psalms

The Structure Book I (1 - 41) Christ in the counsel of God the source of all blessing for His people (Israel). Book II (42 - 72) Their ruin, but redemption in the latter days. Book III (73 - 89) The holiness of God in His dealings with them. Book IV (90 - 106) The failed first man replaced by the Se... Read More
G.V. Wigram

A Study of the Psalms: Part 1

INTRODUCTORY REMARKS. It has pleased the Most High to reveal Himself to us (in that which men call the New Testament), under the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost (Matt. 28: 19). In this we learn redemption eternal and for Heaven. Of old, in the Creation of the world, He had ... Read More
J.G. Bellet

The Bride of the Lamb

Subtitled, "Being some of the subjects considered at Leamington on 3rd June and four following days in the year 1839." Published unrevised in 1882 by J. S. Robertson, Edinburgh. The Lamb's bride is distinctly the heavenly Jerusalem, the heavenly companion of her Lord, quite distinct from Messiah's k... Read More
G.V. Wigram

A Study of the Psalms: Part 2

I print the Psalms as poetry; they are so in Hebrew. G.V.W. [Publisher's note: In Present Testimony the Psalms are rendered in full as the Authorised Version, here only the notes are reproduced.] First Book (Pss. 1 - 51) "The faithful are looked at as not yet driven out from Jerusalem; hence covenan... Read More

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